She knows


She knows


She knows 


He knows

imageHe knows

sexuality: martin freeman wearing as many sweaters as possible




scrolling my life away how original har har


oh what the fuck


whats happening to my clothes


wait one dang dingity second here why does my hair feel different


what even is what the frickledickle




oh N  o oO


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The transformation is complete

This is who I’m in a relationship with

"The really odd thing about human sex, though, was the way it went on even when people were fully clothed and sitting on opposite sides of a fire. It was in the things they said and did not say, the way they looked at one another and looked away."


The Fifth Elephant Terry Pratchett (via tremendoussocks)


sorry i couldn’t help it

(via incredifishface)


This is literally perfect.

(via sherlockfuckyeah)


people saying “awh, mary just made a mistake” as if she accidentally left the mayonnaise out overnight or something and didnt a) take money to murder people for a living b) lie to everyone about everything c) knock her best friend out cold with a blow to the head and d) shoot her husband’s best friend in the abdomen because she didnt want her husband to know she was a murderer i give up

e) threaten her husband’s best friend again while he was in the hospital
f) threaten him YET AGAIN when he asked how good a shot she really was
g)never apologize to anyone for any of it (except right before actually pulling the trigger)

"Hi, I've read your last post "Why it's not a bromance" and found it very interesting. Actually I agree with you all the way, and like you, as much as I believe in TJLC, I don't like seeing things that aren't there. But I've always wondered about John's reaction to Sherlock kissing Janine: isn't is just that it was so unusual for Sherlock to do such a thing that John had a reaction of "mere" utter disbelief? Thanks and good job!"
asked by whatlifeivebeenaway

It’s possible that that’s what they intended, but if it is, then Martin really missed the mark (and I’ve never really known Martin to miss the mark). If I put myself in John’s position, here are the facts:

  • I believe my best friend has no interest in sex, and if there’s ever an inkling of attraction to anyone, I assume it’s to females, because I’ve only ever seen him ruffled around Irene Adler (I fail to notice the times I myself have caught him off guard, because, as Molly notes…he only looks sad—or wistful, or regretful, or in awe of me—when I can’t see him).
  • In spite of that, he’s apparently gone and gotten himself a girlfriend—my wife’s FRIEND, no less. That means double dates are in the future.

Now, if this is my best friend who confuses the hell out of me but whatever, we’re ‘mates’, I am definitely shocked at the girlfriend turn of events. If I’m shocked, I will stare, mouth agape. I will be unable to tear my eyes away from this bizarre sight that I never thought I’d see. Sherlock…Holmes…kissing…a woman? WHAT? Someone call science immediately.

But that’s not what I do. Instead, I look away. I make shocked (and uncomfortable) noises. And after the girl leaves, I can’t help but dwell on the idea that I’m going to have to see this again. I’m going to have to watch this sickening display with MY WIFE SITTING RIGHT NEXT TO ME. She is TOTALLY gonna be curious about why it bothers me so much, because she, of course, will be DELIGHTED. This is TERRIBLE. 

The way Martin played it, either John Watson is a terrible best friend who only wants Sherlock to be miserable and alone out of spite, or John Watson wants Sherlock to be alone because Sherlock is HIS. Sure, he passed, but still—DIBS.

At least that’s how I see it. Now I think there’s room for interpretation in where John’s interest falls on the scale of romance and sexual attraction (does it favor only romance, or does it include both?). But I don’t think there’s any question that Martin meant to convey jealousy in that scene—along with disbelief, sure, but remember what Ian McKellen said of our boy: he’s adept at showing more than one emotion at a time and conveying both clearly.

Ugh…sorry for being so long-winded!

Mutual follows get me so hard


tbh when Sherlock says “Vatican Cameos” at the wedding, John doesn’t look upset. He sits up straighter, looks more in his element, almost calmer. He looks excited for the first time in the reception.

"'They chose the song “staying alive” because Moriarty was faking his death, They chose the song “sinnerman” for the court scene because they were LITERALLY going to the devil, They chose the song “December 1963” because john LITERALLY doesn't even know Mary’s real name, But obviously they chose the song “donde estas Yolanda” for Sherlock and John’s reunion scene a song which actually contains the lyrics “where have you been…I've been looking for you' you forgot to add the 'thieving magpie' bit"
asked by Anonymous

yES I was focusing in songs with lyrics but you’re right good catch!

Has Ben seen this

Heterosexuality at its best